Beechmont Ford, the dealership of the American brand, has introduced a version of the 2021 Ford F-150 pickup truck, which is made in a retro style.
The folks at Beechmont Ford unveiled the retro F-150 pickup about two years ago, a classic version of the iconic XLT model with a two-tone paint scheme. A Ford dealer in Ohio, USA, has since turned its attention to a full-size fourteenth-generation truck, and the result is a 2021 F-150 that looks a bit like the pickups of the past.
This time the basis for the retro conversion is the more equipped version of the Lariat pickup, but you can also opt for XLT or other trim levels.
The truck rides on custom 17-inch polished rims, which are also retro-styled and wrapped in 35-inch off-road tires, complete with a 3.5-inch suspension lift to enhance the off-road atmosphere.
Beechmont Ford says the truck looks best with a factory chrome “package” complemented by a chrome platform pillar with a set of extra headlights. This particular F-150 also comes with satin lines running down the sides of the car, but you can replace it with real paint.
The dealer said that the waiting time for this truck is much longer than usual due to the international shortage of microchips. While they cannot guarantee the exact date when the vehicle will be ready, dealer representatives estimate the waiting time for BFP RETRO at six months. Their job is to take a $ 500 refundable deposit or RUB 35,870. and order a truck directly from Ford. Once your truck arrives, they will do the BFP RETRO conversion.
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